C H U R C H E S
of Orange County
Greg Laurie’s Harvest Christian Fellowship of Orange County has a new campus in Irvine, California. Originally designed as an office building, the 100,000 SF structure was transformed into a new church that gave the growing congregation double the usable area. It includes a 1,200 seat auditorium with expansion capacity to 1,500 seats, plenty of parking and great fellowship areas.
Compass Bible Church
The congregation of this Evangelical Christian Church has occupied several buildings in the Aliso Viejo industrial business center for over ten years. The master plan which will be built over the next two years includes a new building (Compass Bible Institute), the site addition of a large fellowship courtyard and expansion of the Worship Center and Education buildings.
Information about Journey Church
A complete change is in store for this church in Whittier, California. It includes the removal of two buildings to make way for a new Administrative Office / Fellowship Hall building. A new environmentally sensitive bio-swale garden space and courtyard will be added between the new building and upgraded main Sanctuary.
The Bridge Church
Phase one of the multi-phased project consists of a new church auditorium along with multi-purpose meeting rooms and a café. Future phases include a gymnasium and education wings.
The concrete tilt-up structure features subtle textures and tone changes in the panels along with steel canopies that reduce the effect of the harsh sun.
Calvary Chapel Huntington Beach
Bustling with activity on the weekends, the facility supports Christian activities of all kinds. Youth / children’s programs and Spanish speaking church services complement the 1,000 seat auditorium. A 40,000 SF “big box” retail building was the perfect backdrop to a new facade that encloses a courtyard space transition into the lobby / café / bookstore.
After spending their first three years in a theater venue leased from the city of Anaheim, the satellite congregation of Saddleback Church moved to a permanent campus across the street. The new facility was built inside a structure previously occupied by a fitness club. The approximately 40,000 SF space was completely converted over a span of six months, and the completed church is designed to allow for expansion of many key ministry areas.
SeaBreeze Church Phase 1
partnered with DesignARC
The 4.7 acre site was previously occupied by a tennis and racquet club. The clubhouse building was torn down to make room for phase one of a four phase church build out. The carefully sequenced completed project will include a 100,000 sf. facility with Sanctuary, Education, Children's theater, and Gymnasium buildings along with a four level parking structure.
Coast Hills Church
partnered with DesignARC
The roughly 60,000 sf. church features a 1,500 seat auditorium, and two story wings of education on one side, and fellowship hall / administrative offices on the other.